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Population for Georgia: 1,07,11,908

Total Males: 5,113,936
Total Females: 5,402,643
Median Household Income: $61,224
Total Households: 3,830,264
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Number of Firms, Establishments, Employment, and Payroll by Employee Size for Georgia (2020)
STATE ENTERPRISE SIZE FIRMS ESTABLISHMENTS EMPLOYMENT ANNUAL PAYROLL (1,000)
Georgia 01: Total 1,85,938 2,39,034 40,40,559 $21,25,78,382
Georgia 02: <5 employees 1,14,770 1,14,906 1,76,667 $83,21,672
Georgia 03: 5-9 employees 28,190 28,461 1,85,043 $73,28,684
Georgia 04:10-14 employees 11,348 11,709 1,31,813 $51,23,110
Georgia 05: 15-19 employees 6,217 6,538 1,02,855 $39,87,063
Georgia 06: <20 employees 1,60,525 1,61,614 5,96,378 $2,47,60,529
Georgia 07: 20-24 employees 3,995 4,332 85,443 $33,54,611
Georgia 08: 25-29 employees 2,671 2,954 70,002 $27,63,859
Georgia 09: 30-34 employees 2,079 2,437 63,496 $24,91,080
Georgia 10: 35-39 employees 1,534 1,806 54,600 $21,74,657
Georgia 11: 40-49 employees 2,165 2,678 89,256 $37,14,937
Georgia 12: 50-74 employees 2,659 3,500 1,42,735 $63,94,304
Georgia 13: 75-99 employees 1,450 2,361 1,04,655 $47,97,148
Georgia 14: 100-149 employees 1,559 2,846 1,39,363 $69,58,285
Georgia 15: 150-199 employees 835 1,811 92,611 $44,82,234
Georgia 16: 200-299 employees 1,019 2,569 1,26,444 $62,55,754
Georgia 17: 300-399 employees 591 1,821 79,833 $45,53,024
Georgia 18: 400-499 employees 454 1,368 74,146 $35,95,665
Georgia 19: <500 employees 1,81,536 1,92,097 17,18,962 $7,62,96,087
Georgia 20: 500-749 employees 699 2,047 1,18,878 $60,57,224
Georgia 21: 750-999 employees 453 1,771 91,298 $51,27,352
Georgia 22: 1,000-1,499 employees 615 2,391 1,33,073 $81,17,528
Georgia 23: 1,500-1,999 employees 358 1,406 87,508 $46,87,084
Georgia 24: 2,000-2,499 employees 279 1,766 82,596 $48,15,660
Georgia 25: 2,500-4,999 employees 702 5,079 2,38,248 $1,43,80,688
Georgia 26: 5,000+ employees 1,296 32,477 15,69,996 $9,30,96,759
Green Initiatives & Environmental History for: Georgia

Basic History

Georgia’s early settlers included English, Welsh, Scots Highlanders, Germans, Italians, and Swiss. Georgia flourished as a royal colony. After American independence had been won, Georgia was the first Southern state to ratify the Constitution in 1788. In 1861, Georgia seceded from the Union, but was readmitted in 1870.

Environmental History

The state lists 58 protected plants, of which 23 are endangered. They include rattleweed, smooth coneflower, two species of quillwort, pondberry, harperella, fringed campion, and two species of trillium. Prominent among Georgia fauna is the Virginia deer, black bear, musk rat, mink, common cottontail, species of squirrel. The mocking bird, brown thrasher, sparrows, white ibis, bobwhite quail are the most popular among birds. Forty three animal species are considered endangered or threatened by the US Fish and Wildlife Service. Among these are the bald eagle, eastern indigo snake, five species of turtle, wood stork, three species of whale, red-cockaded woodpecker, and shortnose sturgeon.

Green Initiatives

Georgia Environmental Facilities Authority, Green Foodservice Alliance, Georgia College Sustainability Council, Georgia Ports Authority, etc, are offering ways to help Go Green as part of the green initiative. Businesses looking to offset their carbon footprint based on their natural gas consumption are encouraged to purchase carbon offsets. The state funds projects like planting trees, landfill methane recovery and renewable-energy projects. Georgia Environmental Facilities Authority aim at helping individuals, businesses, and organizations reduce energy use with no-cost, low-cost, and longer-term options. Governor’s Energy Challenge is a unique initiative to help Georgians conserve energy. Keeping Forests in Forests (KFIF) is an environmentally-friendly program that allows to offset carbon footprint by using Georgia’s forests to capture and store atmospheric carbon. Funds are granted to preserve, protect and manage Georgia’s forests. The Green Foodservice Alliance’s mission is to create and implement sustainable best practices in the foodservice industry. The Sustainability Council at Georgia College is responsible for identifying and promoting actions and initiatives that will enhance sustainability on campus. Their major program is the Green Initiative, an ongoing effort to incorporate the principles of sustainability and environmental planning into short and long term activities, and to share knowledge with the surrounding community to help make the world more ecologically responsible. As an instrumentality of the State, the Georgia Ports Authority is committed to conducting port operations in an environmentally sensitive and responsible manner to the extent feasible, practicable and consistent with its overall mission and goals.